Researchers are looking for metrics of happiness that get away from purely economic measures

Ever wondered where you’d be most happy? This infographic could help. It shows where the happiest places in Europe are, according to the Gallup World Poll and the World Values Survey.

It was created by the Happy Planet Index. They measured life satisfaction in each country. Green is good, Amber is middling and Red is bad. Happy Planet also mapped happiness around the whole world too.

Looking for other measurements of development beyond GDP is a trend at the moment. Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron recently announced that his government would spend £2m mapping the country’s happiness.